Course ObjectiveTo provide a theoretical and practical introduction to the
multidisciplinary area of cognitive, clinical and social neuroscience.
Course ContentThe course will treat modern techniques and recent data that relate
mental processes to brain functions. Techniques that will be covered are
EEG, MEG, MRI, lesions. Mental functions that will be studied include
perception, memory, emotion, consciousness, and social cognition. The
aim of the course is to provide a sound basis for the master program.
Teaching MethodsLectures, computer practicals and literature study.
Method of AssessmentWritten examination, multiple choice questions (80%).
Practical exam analyzing EEG and/or MRI data (20%).
Entry RequirementsBiologische en Cognitieve Psychologie
LiteraturePurves, D., et al. (2013). Principles of Cognitive Neuroscience (2nd
Edition). Oxford Universiy Press. ISBN: 9780878935734
Target AudienceStudents at an advanced bachelor level.
Additional InformationLanguage: Tuition in English.
As of 2018-19 this course is no longer part of the University Minor.
Students who still need to complete this course for the UM, can contact
the course coordinator.
Recommended background knowledgeA background in psychology, biology, or medicine is highly recommended.
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Fac. of Behavioural and Movement Science|
|Course Coordinator||dr. D.J. Heslenfeld|
|Examiner||dr. D.J. Heslenfeld|
dr. D.J. Heslenfeld
You need to register for this course yourself
|Teaching Methods||Lecture, Study Group|
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